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IndyStar.com: Lots of MVC schools on these lists, including WSU and wing Damien Jefferson.
IndyStar.com: C.J. Walker lists WSU among his top seven.
IndyStar.com: Indiana guard C.J. Walker may visit WSU this summer.
Collegebasketballtalk.com: North Carolina guard Deshawn Corprew has an offer from WSU, Kansas State and others.
The State: Seventh Woods has been on the national scene for many years.
NJ.com: Markis McDuffie leads St. Anthony’s to Non-Public B championship game with 19 points.
NJ.com: Markis McDuffie a candidate for NJ.com player of the year.
Illinois pitcher Joe Dittmar commits to WSU.
Former Louisville player Akoy Agau considers WSU.
ESPN’s Jeff Goodman ranks the top mid-season transfers.
ESPN: Wichita State among schools kicking the tires on Duke transfer Semi Ojeleye, a wing from Ottawa.
Markis McDuffie one of New Jersey’s top players.
Conner Frankamp decides on WSU.
Bob Lutz: Hey, Shocker fans, think about what just happened.
Frankamp highlight video from USA Basketball.
Bob Lutz (from the archives): Frankamp’s parents, coaches keep him humble.
Hard work made Frankamp great at North.
Frankamp sets City League scoring record against Bishop Carroll.
Hamilton, McDuffie, Shamet, Taylor join WSU on Wednesday.
Bob Hurley says McDuffie isn’t done growing.
Markis McDuffie will sign on Wednesday.
Markis McDuffie commits to WSU, giving the Shockers a second player ranked in the top 100 by a recruiting service.
Airline trouble almost kept McDuffie from making his visit to WSU.
McDuffie video highlights.
Louisville is back in the picture with Quentin Goodin, from Taylor County in Kentucky. WSU is also recruiting Goodin, a junior guard.
Guard Kerwin Roach, from Houston, chooses Texas in a no-surprise move. He visited WSU and also considered California.
Dodge City Community College Payton Pervier, who visited WSU, commits to Old Dominion.
Guard Dazon Ingram, who visited WSU, chose Alabama on Monday.
Kerwin Roach sums up his visit to Cal and says he will choose from the Bears, Texas and Wichita State.
WSU is looking at 2016 guard Quentin Goodin, from Kentucky.
Guard Tyrone Taylor commits to WSU while on his visit from Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy. Video of Taylor from Grandview (Mo.) High. Taylor highlight video.
Markis McDuffie, a 6-7 forward from New Jersey, will visit WSU. His father said Shockers coach Gregg Marshall is pushing player development, with players such as Cleanthony Early on stage.
Markis McDuffie cuts his list to VCU, SMU, Boston College and WSU. He visits Wichita State this weekend.
WSU’s list of 2015 baseball commitments is at 13, highlighted by two juco pitchers.
Alabama guard Dazon Ingram will visit WSU this weekend. Alabama, UAB and Houston are also on his list.
Marquise Pointer, scheduled to visit WSU, has an offer from Clemson.
Louisiana outfielder Dayton Dugas canceled a visit to Oklahoma State after committing to WSU.
Markis McDuffie will visit VCU, WSU, Boston College. He has a home visit with SMU coach Larry Brown.
Dean Wade commits to Kansas State after his visit.
Markis McDuffie, from St. Anthony (N.J.) will visit WSU on Sept. 26.
Alabama guard Dazon Ingram includes WSU on his list of eight schools.
Dean Wade narrows his list to five schools (including WSU) and will visit Kansas State on Aug. 29.
Alabama point guard wants to visit WSU. It probably wouldn't look good for Anthony Grant to lose a recruit to WSU.
Markis McDuffie knows the Shockers have NBA players.
Dean Wade of St. John is a skilled forward who is drawing attention in Las Vegas.
Lincoln (Neb.) outside hitter Allie Davis commits to WSU.
Missouri is putting the hard sell on hometown star Michael Porter.
Minnesota guard Jarvis Johnson has WSU on his list.
Recruiting fans might want to hit Okun Fieldhouse in Shawnee July 24-27
Park Hill (Mo.) guard Landry Shamet visits Wichita State.
Baseball: Arkansas pitcher visits Eck Stadium this week.
Mississippi guard Jahshire Hardnett claims six offers.
Igor Ibaka will play for Oklahoma State.
Summer classes begin Monday at Wichita State, which means the new Shocker basketball players will arrive over the weekend. Here's a refresher on who's coming:
Tevin Glass - 6-8 forward, Northwest Florida State College.
Rashard Kelly - 6-7 forward, Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy
- WSU coaches made Kelly feel like family.
- Gregg Marshall's track record impressed Kelly.
- Video of Kelly in the Under Armour Showcase.
Bush Wamukota, 7-0 center, Kilgore (Texas) College
- Wamukota started at an NAIA school before realizing bigger things awaited.
Eric Hamilton, 6-8 forward, Duluth (Ga.)
Corey Henderson Jr., 6-3 guard, Episcopal School of Dallas
Zach Brown, 6-7 forward, Sunrise Christian Academy
- Brown's loyalty reminds Marshall of another Shocker.
- Gary Brown saw talent in his son at an early age.
- Sunrise needed Brown to play point guard.
Rauno Nurger, 6-10 center, Sunrise Christian Academy